Monthly Archives: April 2012

Presenting at TechEd North America 2012

Presenting at TechEd North America 2012

TechEd is my favorite Microsoft event – the size of the conference, and the number of sessions you can choose from always amazes me. I’m honored to have been selected to present once again. This year I’ll be doing three sessions:   Enterprise Information Management (EIM): Bringing Together SSIS, DQS, and MDS DBI310 | Advanced … Continued

SQL Server 2012 Case Studies for DQS

I’ve had a lot of people ask me recently for real-life examples of how customers are using Data Quality Services (DQS). Even though SQL Server 2012 has been out less than a month, we already have a number of case studies published which describe how DQS plays a key role within a customer’s infrastructure. Most … Continued

What’s New in SSIS for SQL Server 2012 – Slide Deck

The slide deck for the What’s New in SQL Server Integration Services in SQL Server 2012 presentation is now available (embedded below). Typically when I present the new functionality in SQL 2012, I stick to demos… but I put together this deck to show off most of the new features in slide form. Enjoy!  

SSIS Performance Design Patterns

Here are the slides (all 177 of them) for the SSIS Performance Design Patterns talk that I’ve delivered at three different pre-conference events over the past month. Each presentation was slightly different, but the core content remained the same. These events included: SQL Saturday #105 | Dublin SQL Bits X, where I co-presented with John … Continued